Edge Rank Facebook uses an algorithm called Edge Rank to determine which updates are shown in your fans’ news feeds.
You can learn more about it in this post from Econsultancy.
Updating myspace and facebook simultaneously predating holds monthly
Users Can Hide Third-Party Apps Facebook users have the choice to hide updates made by third-party apps from their news feed entirely.
If a friend, subscription, or page annoys a user with updates from a particular third-party app, that user might hide any updates from that app altogether.
This means that they would never see your page’s updates from that app.
To get this process working, follow these six simple steps. These instructions assume that you already have both a Facebook account and a Twitter account. Now every time you tweet something, your Facebook status will be automatically updated.
Update: If you don’t want to send every one of your tweets to Facebook, then check out Selective Twitter Status.
It allows you to designate the tweets you want to appear on Facebook by end a tweet with the #fb “hashtag” in your post.
Only those tweets with the hash tag at the end will be posted on Facebook.
One of the things that the new Facebook pages design makes obvious above all others is the lack of updates on a Facebook page.
While updating your Facebook page on Facebook itself is recommended, many businesses will still prefer to use a social media management tool for the sake of productivity and ease of use.
This post will show you six tools that social media experts and marketing agencies use to update their Facebook pages.
Before we get into third-party tools and applications, I want to suggest that you use Facebook itself to update your Facebook page for the following reasons.